Mean What You Pray

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Mean What You Pray

A Practical Guide to Connecting in Prayer.

Do we feel that our prayers open the gates of Heaven? Are we connected to Hashem as we pray? Does Prayer elevate our soul, or leave us feeling frustrated and even empty? Prayer is both a science and an art, and is not something that necessarily comes naturally to us. ‘Mean What You Pray’ is a book for those who believe in the power of prayer and want to learn how to leverage it more effectively.

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Mean What You Pray is a practical guide to connecting in prayer. Specifically, this easy-to-read but powerful book takes each blessing of the Shemoneh Esrei – the fundamental prayer of the Jewish People – and explains how to use it most fully as a means to a deep, meaningful, and lasting relationship with Hashem.

Mean What You Pray, by Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt, is a most helpful guide for those looking for a more meaningful prayer experience.

“I am sure that all who study this book will find themselves speaking to The Creator in a very real and intelligent manner.”

Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits, Posek and Rosh Yeshiva Aish HaTorah Jerusalem

“I personally benefitted from its ideas, explained by an author who clearly knows what he is talking about. Highly recommended for those who wish to take prayer seriously.”

RABBI Dr. Akiva Tatz, author and lecturer

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